"Who would you like it on?" Francona quipped.
For Francona, whose team is coming back from a six-game road trip to Denver and San Francisco, the injuries continue to pile up.
Before the game, the Red Sox placed catcher Victor Martinez on the 15-day disabled list, with a minimally displaced fracture in his thumb. He will not need surgery.
"He had no chance of catching in the next week for two -- it was just going to be impossible," Francona said. "Hopefully, we go through the All-Star break and he will be very close to being ready. We just have to give it a little time to heal. The bright side of it is that this thing isn't going to be long-term."
After the injury to Martinez on Sunday, the swelling in his thumb began to bother the catcher, and it continued to be tender Tuesday.
"It isn't fun -- I wish I could do anything to not go on the DL, but it is painful," Martinez said. "I just have to take it day-by-day now."
With the vacancy at catcher, the Red Sox called up Gustavo Molina, who will most likely catch knuckleballer Tim Wakefield on Friday.
"He caught a side session of Wakefield's in the spring," Francona said. "His strong suit is that he has great hands, so that is good."